What's Multi-Protocol USDT

What is Multi-protocol USDT?
Multi-protocol coin refers to the coin that supports multiple public chains in different protocols. The most commonly used multi-protocol coin is USDT. Currently, USDT has supported multiple public chains, namely, USDT-ERC20 (based on Ethereum network), USDT-TRC20 (based on TRON network), and USDT-BSC (based on Binance Smart Chain network). To meet users' growing needs for stablecoin trading, CoinEx supports USDT deposit/withdrawal in four protocol types: USDT-ERC20 and USDT-TRC20 (USDT-TRON) and USDT-BSC. 

 

USDT-ERC20
USDT-ERC20 is the USDT issued by Tether based on the ETH network. Its deposit address is the ETH address, and its deposit/withdrawal uses the ETH network. The protocol of USDT-ERC20 is the ERC20 protocol.
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Note: USDT-ERC20 address starts with “0x”

 

USDT-TRC20
USDT-TRC20 (USDT-TRON) is the USDT issued by Tether based on the TRON network. Its deposit address is the TRON address, and its deposit/withdrawal will be taking place on the TRON network. The USDT-TRC20 (USDT-TRON) uses the TRC20 protocol.
Official website | Explorer | Whitepaper
Note: USDT-TRC20 address starts with "T"

 

USDT-BSC
USDT-BSC (Binance Smart Chain) USDT is issued and circulated on the Binance Smart Chain network, sharing the same BSC address for its deposit and withdrawal.
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Note: USDT-BSC address starts with "0x"

 

Attention
1. Please generate USDT deposit address first and make deposits according to your USDT protocol type.
2. Before deposit, please confirm your USDT protocol type first.
3. Before withdrawal, please confirm your USDT protocol type and minimum deposit requirement on the recipient platform first.